|Mike Teti and Cal at Crew Classic, 2013 (Photo: B. Kitch)|
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
|The calm before the storm at Agganis Arena, Boston (Photo: A. Gutierrez)|
Monday, March 2, 2015
This week's video comes to us from Harry Brightmore of the Oxford Brookes University squad, and features some high intensity, low-rate work on land and on the water, from Wallingford to Wimbleball. Not only is the technical rowing of a very high standard, but also the kit featured from 3:00 in is worthy of praise as well (are those hibiscus-print leggings?).
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
|Kevin Sauer at the 2012 NCAA Championships (Photo: B. Kitch)|
As with this post, this early series will be mostly geared toward sweep rowing, but sculling will also feature in the near future. And so, without further ado, here are two-time NCAA champion head coach Kevin Sauer's five favorite drills.
Monday, February 23, 2015
|Pinceton's 2015 winter training camp (Screen capture)|
Saturday, February 21, 2015
|Michigan men racing at the Head Of The Charles (Photo courtesy of Gregg Hartsuff)|
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
|George Bridgewater racing at the 2015 New Zealand Rowing Championships (Photo: Steve McArthur)|
Monday, February 16, 2015
This week's video comes to us from Christchurch, New Zealand, where Canterbury Rowing Club (est. 1861) is preparing for the New Zealand Rowing Championships, to be held this week at Lake Ruataniwha. The video offers a mix of on-the-water training, land workouts, and the kind of general faffing about necessary at all good rowing clubs. Along with Canterbury Rowing Club, the best of the best will be competing this week, including Mahé Drysdale, Robbie Manson, and Hamish Bond—the trio who finished first, second, and third (separated by 0.6 seconds) at the North Island Club Championships, featured in our VOTW last week. This year, Bond will be racing in the M1x, M2-, M4-, and M8+ (for a look back at the final of the 2014 championships, which Bond won by roughly half a length over Drysdale, watch the video here).
Keep tabs on the results from Lake Ruataniwha here:
And coming up this week, our interview with Beijing bronze medalist and Rio 2016 hopeful, George Bridgewater. Keep it locked!
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